Today I am going to show you how to do a quick overview, inspect and how to do a pre run test. First thing that you going to want to do is look over your car. You want to start off with blowing any dirt or grass. Then you are looking for any derby that might be in the way or parts that might be broke or have gouges. Anything with nicks needs to be looked and addressed as needed.
Use the ramp to push the ball slowly through the Accessory Photogate, as shown in Figure 3.2. Determine the point at which the ball first triggers the Photogate Timer—this is the first point at which the LED turns ON—and mark it on the paper. Then determine the point at which the ball last triggers the timer, and mark this point also. Measure the distance between these marks and record this distance as Dd. Replace the ramp as in Figure 3.1.
We also need a stopwatch to measure the time duration and a measuring tool to determine the length of each experiment. Once the bob is attached to the string and the string is secured to the anchor we take a measurement of the distance from the anchor to the center of the bob. Next we hold the stopwatch and pull the bob out about a few inches and as we let it swing we start the stopwatch and let the bob swing from side to side ten times and stop the time when the bob reaches the starting point on the tenth swing. Once the stopwatch is stopped record the time measurement and move the decimal place to the left one place or divide by ten to average the ten complete swings. Next we will take two raps of the string on the anchor point and measure the distance from the anchor to the center of the bob and record that measurement.
Following the first step we had to determine the displacement of the buggy. The third part to use the velocity formula to calculate the overall speed the buggy was traveling while in motion using the formula The velocity of the moving buggy was the speed in which the buggy was traveling. The buggy had a electric battery operated motor that played a huge role in the experiment due to the lack or excess of battery power in the motor. The buggy was blue and had a red flashing light to signal that it was on. The timer used to determine the time of this experiment was a stock iPhone timer.
Connect the Motion Detectors to the DIG/SONIC 1 and DIG/SONIC 2 channels of the interface. 5. Click to begin taking data. Repeat the collision you practiced above and use the position graphs to verify that the Motion Detectors can track each cart properly throughout the entire range of motion. 6.
The manual Fiat presents some features. The first feature is that the manual Fiat has a high speed power. Being a 5-speed shift car, the driver can manage how long he wants to extend the acceleration, so he can go faster in a short period of time. In addition, the manual Fiat is difficult to drive in traffic. The manual Fiat can give anyone a hard time when you find too much traffic in their way home because they have to change shifts every two seconds.
We then collected the data and analyzed the sine graph and the different portions of it and what they meant including the parameters and taking proper data. We took the best fitting data according to the computer and recorded it into table 1. We then used and derived calculations from our lab manual theory section to compare our results to a given spring constant of 20 N/m. The equations that were derived and examples are labeled below in the data section and show that our experiment was performed adequately as our data was off by sub ten percent error which can easily be corrected with better equipment and environment. Human error was also a factor in this experiment as we had to wind the machine ourselves in order to produce the oscillation.
In Road Rage, Ferguson points out that in a recent survey that the Coalition for Consumer Health and Safety did, 64% of the people mentioned that they are driving less mannerly and more recklessly than they did about five years ago (553). We all know that road rage can be cause due to many reasons like stress at work and problems at home. Ferguson also points out that road rage could be solve if we had more police and tougher punishments (556), but we all know that won’t really help. I don’t even think that therapy for those road rage individuals would help. We all just have to pray every time we get into a car and just have patience.
2. Without warning, the Student C should release the meter stick so that it falls between the Catcher’s thumb and finger. 3. Student A should catch the meter stick as quickly as possible. 4.